"in a series of 11 new quests, 2 heroic adventures, and 1 mission for seasoned players level 95 and above!" In reality the only thing players L95 through L105 can do is the first HA "The Darkness Howls", which will scale to your group's average level. However, it only drops L110 gear no matter what level you are. After this HA, the next quest "What's Cooking?" is impossible without a proper L110 tank, as the very first kill target "an iron chef" is L110 and acts as a raid boss (No pet tanking). I don't own TBL on my many, many accounts as it's too expensive, and I was greatly disappointed at the realization that it's not actually for players L95 and up. It's tuned, balanced and itemized for L110s, and them alone. I am not sure why you even teased the rest of us with the claim we could participate. Maybe some of that could be forgiven if the HAs dropped L105 gear, but I read the thread about the GMM charms, and how Ngreth "ran out of time" making those, so I know there was no hope of any other sets of gear. I think it's really sad that you can even plan to develop a zone like this without enough time to finish it. I suppose it's a miracle we get anything new at all from that skeleton crew... I don't know anything about the raids but I know that, in the event that there were an open "pickup" raid on my server, the organizers would say "106+", as they do with even EoK and RoS open raids, so there is no chance of a L95 seeing the inside of one of the 3 raids. Not happening. What gives? How are we supposed to "help celebrate EQ's 20th anniversary" if only max level players get to participate? I know there are a lot of things made for max level players, and that it's the norm, but this should have been more casual and accessible for all. So far, my efforts have resulted in a half bag of L110 gear I won't get to use for at least 2 years, and one mission completed with no way to fight the top guilds for named camps, and no possiblity of participating in a raid. Yaaaay. *lights firework* The game truly has become pay to win, even with "free" stuff.